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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Agriculture
stockmanstock‧man /ˈstɒkmən $ ˈstɑːk-/ noun (plural stockmen /-mən/) [countable]  TAa man whose job is to take care of farm animals
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stockmanFencing contractors, experienced stockmen, farmers, machinery firms, all contributed to the instructor force.His stockman Philip Luff denied eleven similar offences.The 45 year old stockman had moved to the area only a year before.Others were employed as drivers or stockmen on some of the larger farms; one was an A.I. Inseminator.Hill farmers are primarily stockmen who delight more in animals than in machinery, buildings, or cash crops.What has changed for the stockman is more often connected with the intensification of livestock production.
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